Some positive comments from Katherine Keatley’s customers

Beautiful Work
This is a beautiful work that we bought some years ago from Katherine. It is the first thing you see in our living room hanging under its own light. What we like about it is the delicacy of the needlework and the contrast of the three-dimensional blue wings against the grass and the brown background. It is quite unique.
Robert Horn
An Innovative Embroiderer
Katherine's stitched work shows her skill and dedication as an innovative Embroiderer. She experiments continually with fibre and yarn to create knitted and felted items. Her passion for her work is clearly evident.
Sue Terrey
Textiles Artist and Felt Maker
Katherine is a Delight to Work With
Creative, passionate and infectiously enthusiastic about her art, Katherine is a delight to work with. You only need to engage with Katherine for a matter of minutes to realise you're in the company of a charming lady who is as happy to encourage personal development as she is to impart her impressive knowledge. We've worked together on the Staffordshire Enjoy Art initiative for a number of years now and Katherine is very much part of my A-Team.  
Greg Smith
Verso Creative, Destination Staffordshire.
You won’t be Disappointed
Timezones have been visiting St Joseph & St Theresa’s RC Primary School for many years, bringing their unique interactive workshops to enhance the history topics in Key Stage 2. Pupils are transported back to the “timezone” they are studying by involvement in practical activities and drama – they are not just taught about the history, they live it. By giving the children the opportunity to take part in, for example, writing, court room scenes, pike drills, weaving and playing games, from the period in history they are studying, Timezones creates a hands-on experience in school which is both enjoyable and informative. All our children look forward to a visit from Timezones and relish the opportunity to dress up in order to transport themselves back in time and fully participate in the workshops on offer. I can strongly confirm that, without realising it, children absorb an amazing amount about history – surely that is a recommendation in itself, as learning should be fun – shouldn’t it? If you haven’t tried Timezones yet I highly recommend you book a workshop – you won’t be disappointed
Karen Kelly
Year 6 Teaching Assistant